I figured this would have to happen at some point.
It is bound to happen because after a certain point an EV will be more common. The thought popped into my head a few weeks ago now that I'm getting the Lightning and the ER. I'm getting a mobile charger and the top end version home charger ford makes. Now I'll have 2 sets of the mobile charger. Which I haven't used once away from the house.Shipping EVs without EVSEs is a bad idea for first time owners. It may also lead to current EV owners hanging on to their evse and subsequent owners not having a charge cord when needed. If it is going to be someone's first plugin they really should have a charge cord and Tesla should be trying to sell to new owners, not just repeat EV owners.
My wife relayed that info to me. Just re-confirmed, it is for my county and she overheard this during a county meeting (she's a civil engineer) and it is for the dedicated circuit to be installed in the garage and possibly elsewhere if parking is available near the structure (ie no garage but driveway). Review on case by case basis for a waiver (like for Townhomes with no parking near the structure).Does the EV charger in new construction mean the whole evse it just a 14-50 outlet? Having that outlet in the garage would be great. It would allow the end user to select their evse of choice (smart metering...).
😐Just a stupid decision at the early stage of EV's that still make up less than 97% of all vehicle sales.